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|1||Jungle Is A Shapeshifter|
Featuring [With] –
|2||Beyond The Yellow-Spotted Bamboo|
Featuring [With] –
|3||Praying Mantis Black Arts||13:14|
|4||Chile’s Crimson Tide||4:41|
|5||Beyond The Yellow-Spotted Bamboo (Substance Remix)|
- Barcode: 5060165483143
|Ambient Black Magic (2×LP, 45 RPM, Transparent Yellow, 10", Transparent Yellow, All Media, Album, Limited Edition)||Hospital Productions||HOS-498||US||2017|
|Ambient Black Magic (2×LP, 10", All Media, Album, Limited Edition)||Hospital Productions||HOS-498||UK||2017|
|Ambient Black Magic (2×CD, Album)||Hospital Productions||HOS-498||US||2017|
|Ambient Black Magic (5×File, FLAC, Album, 24 bit/48 kHz)||Hospital Productions||HOS-498||US||2017|
heavy rain sounds, works best on a balcony with sun blasting in your face
Edited one year ago
Jungle is A Spaceshifter is soo damm good, thanks RSE.
Edited 3 years ago
Good sounding record but for me, the use of sub-bass on every song is highly annoying after a coupe of listens and doesn't add anything to the tracks to be honest. And if you are a fan of using headphones (especially the more expensive types that really bring out the bass) it can get annoying quick after the first track 30 minute track (note: (on a home stereo it's no where near as annoying, which is probably the only way to listen to this record). It's unfortunate as the tracks on here are actually *really good*. But whoever made the decision to have the sub-bass on every song, *throughout* the entire track and not in occasional spots should get slapped as it ruined a potentially 5 star record. At least this wasn't the case on Green Graves...let's hope he drops the heavy use of sub-bass for the next record.
Edited 4 years ago
Which is the greatest Dominick Fernow project? Prurient is his biggest, followed by Vatican Shadow. But actually, it's always been Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement. The dubby subbass on this album slithers beneath the industrial pads and ambient melodies like the snake on its cover. Dank yet lush, this is arguably the best dub album of the year.